Rosa Di Marmo Murano Glass Earrings Glass Of Venice 053926463008

Rosa Di Marmo Murano Glass Earrings

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$24.95 24.95 USD 2022-10-20
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Put on these beautiful earrings for an instant bold, fashionable and unique look. Using the experience of making light, exquisite, and elegant glassware acquired from their fathers and grandfathers, the Murano Glass craftsmen in a small family workshop made these finely shaped exquisite rose flowers set against the sophisticated glass beads imitating the look of natural marble. The trendy combination of lavish red and quiet grey tones further highlights the perfect taste of Murano Glass maestros and sets these earrings apart from any other jewelry you may have come across before. These lovely earrings make a wonderful accent to any clothing style and occasion from casual weekends, to office weekdays, to nights on the town. More than just a jewelry piece,it is also a work of art that showcases the imagination, mastery, and passion of Murano's masters who create beauty and elegance from glass.
  • Measurements: The length of the earring is 1-1/2 inches. The diameter of the larger rose flower is 1/2 inch.
  • The ear hooks are made of surgical steel for all day comfortable wear.
  • These Murano earrings come with an attractive velvet pouch and a certificate of authenticity.
  • Because each item is a unique work of art made by hand, slight variations of colors and patterns are possible.

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beautifully made with great detail. Wish they were one bead longer!

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Workmanship



Lampworking technique of glass-making, which dates back to ancient Egypt, was revived by Murano glass artisans around the fourteenth century. This technique is based on heating up a blob of glass under a small flame from a lamp or a torch until it reaches malleable state, then blowing and using simple tools or just hands to create various forms and designs. Lampworking allows the artisan's creativity to blossom, as copper sparkles, various minerals, and pieces of glass cane are fused together in this process to create rich colors and imaginative patterns that are always unique. Murano Glass masters often use lampworking method to create small jewelry, such as pendants, earrings, or rings, as well as keychains, barrettes, pillboxes, and figurines.